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Like their Cocoa cousins, Trader Joe's Pumpkin Spice Batons are like music for your mouth. These delicate, crunchy Wafer Cookies - carefully crafted by experienced bakers into the shape of a conductor's baton - are filled with a soft, sweet, pumpkin-flavored cream spiced with a blend of classic pumpkin-pie spices, like cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and clove powders. Each Baton is about six to seven inches long, giving you over half a foot of crunch & cream in every Cookie. They're simply delightful on their own, but we also like to dip them in a hot cup of Autumn Maple Coffee or cocoa. Ladies and gentlemen, raise the Baton and start the band!<br>
Maple & Sea Salt Kettle Corn
If plain popcorn with a little salt and butter is a snack that really satisfies, then kettle corn is next level with the addition of lightly caramelized sugar. Is there a next, NEXT level in popcorn snacking? We think there is, and we think it's called Trader Joe's Maple & Sea Salt Kettle Corn.<br>
Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese
Earlier this year, when our Product Developer was presenting canned Organic Butternut Squash to our tasting panel, she made Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese as an example of what one could do with the canned squash. Not only did she convince the panel we should offer the puréed product this fall, the panel then convinced her to find a supplier to make the fantastic Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese to offer in our freezers. Boy oh boy, did she deliver!<br>
Depending on your tolerance for heat, a good hot sauce can be one of the most versatile tools in your kitchen. Some hot sauces, however, go beyond versatility to reach indispensability. That's certainly the case for Trader Joe's Peri-Peri Sauce, a one-sauce-fits-all condiment that combines the welcoming heat of fermented chilies and dried chili flakes, the tangy tartness of lemon juice, and the savory splendor of garlic to create a uniquely enchanting flavor profile that genuinely goes with everything. It's spicy, a little sour, even a little sweet, and has a smooth, creamy texture that keeps you coming back for more, bite after bite.<br>
Green Goddess Seasoning Blend
This Seasoning Blend includes minced onion, salt, granulated garlic, ground black pepper, and a foursome of green herbs and veggies: dried chives, dried green onion, spinach powder, and dried parsley. The flavor is herbal and pleasantly oniony, which makes it wonderful for shaking on so many things, such as garlic bread, raw or roasted vegetables, baked potatoes, French fries... Use it to season your chicken before roasting, or the fish fillet you're about to bake.<br>
A crispy, crunchy maple bar of sorts, these twice-baked, buttery cookies offer sturdy structure for dunking and dipping, not to mention portability. Tender chopped walnuts add a nutty crunch, while natural maple flavor and brown sugar bring sweetness and warmth. A drizzle of white icing further amps up the sweetness — these are cookies, after all — so this Biscotti looks nearly as good as it tastes, whether you enjoy it with a spot of tea, a robust espresso, a cozy cup of cocoa, or a mug of good, old-fashioned Pumpkin Spice Coffee.<br>
Trader Joe's Pumpkin Empanadas are simultaneously simple and entirely unexpected. We expect savory and maybe even a bit spicy in an empanada – we just never expected dessert. In fact, the flaky pastry exterior is the most traditional component of this iteration. Inside is a slightly sweet pumpkin filling, subtly spiced with the likes of clove, cinnamon, ginger, and allspice, and balanced by creamy coconut milk (they don't taste like coconut). It's like a pumpkin pie you can hold in your hand, but with slightly less "pumpkin pie spice" than usual; the sweet pumpkin flavor really shines here.<br>
Everybody love a good brownie. Who wouldn't love rich, moist, cake-like chocolate that is baked just enough to not be batter anymore! But what about blondies? The case can be made that blondies are more fun, and we think this is even more true when pumpkin is involved. Trader Joe's Pumpkin Blondie Brownies certainly make the case! These bakery gems sport a warm, autumnal brown, befitting the season. Like their chocolatey cousins, these Blondie Brownies are, indeed, super-moist with a cake-like texture. However, instead of chocolate, these are Pumpkin-forward and paired with perfect pumpkin partners, namely: cinnamon, cloves, and ginger. We also include pieces of pecans and white chocolate chips. To top it all off is a Pollock-like drizzle of royal icing. But don't be fooled… there's nothing abstract about this dessert. Ease a bite-sized square of Trader Joe's Pumpkin Blondie Brownies into your mouth and you'll immediately experience Pumpkin Blondie heaven, as tangible as a bakery treat can be!<br>
Melted cheese stands out as one of life's little treasures any time of year, but especially during the fall and winter months. Alpine communities within Switzerland and the Savoie region of France have been keenly aware of this fact for hundreds of years, going as far as to invent a whole new kind of cheese specifically for the purpose of melting and scraping onto steamed potatoes, sliced bread, and crisp, briny cornichons. Named Raclette, after the French racler ("to scrape"), this silky, smooth, oh-so-meltable cheese has become something of a year-end tradition in many parts of the world, including in your neighborhood TJ's.<br>
Lovers of kimchi will likely love this soup! Trader Joe's Kimchi & Tofu Soup delivers authentic kimchi flavor in a stew-like meal. Vegetables, including napa cabbage, radishes, red peppers, shiitake mushrooms, onions, and garlic are submerged in a flavorful broth, with mirin (rice wine), gochujang sauce, and tamari soy sauce. Black rice contributes a hearty texture, and tender tofu chunks add a soft bite. It's spicy, like kimchi, but not overly so. And though it's vegan, one bowl will fill you up, while also providing 11g of protein with just 260 calories. Find the 12.35-ounce package of Kimchi & Tofu Soup every day in the "bowl" section of our freezers.<br>
Min Spicy Pumpkin Samosas
Aren't samosas traditionally savory, loaded with vegetables and Indian spices? Why yes, yes they are. But here… oh, here we've developed something similar, yet entirely different. Each triangular Mini Spicy Pumpkin Samosa looks like a typical Indian savory, with the expected golden, flaky pastry exterior. Inside, though, is where the twist is revealed: myriad spices – including garam masala, cumin, coriander, chile powder, and fennel seeds – partner with paneer cheese and chunks of pumpkin to create an only-at-Trader Joe's, Indian- inspired appetizer that brings warmth and comfort to the season.<br>
Kalamata Olives with Jalapeños & Peri Peri Peppers
On their own, Kalamatas are elegant and fruity, with a dense, almost meaty texture — a near-perfect inclusion for mezze boards and tapas plates. But even near-perfection can do with the occasional twist, as is skillfully demonstrated by Trader Joe's Kalamata Olives with Jalapeños and Peri Peri Peppers. This jar of whole, unpitted Kalamatas and sliced jalapeños & Peri Peris builds upon its star olives' savory sophistication with a devilish dose of peppery heat to brilliant effect, whether you enjoy them as a side, as an ingredient in part of a larger recipe, or simply as a snack, straight from the jar.<br>
A long-favored fixture of winter festivals in the Netherlands, poffertjes are light, puffy, miniature pancakes that are traditionally served with a bit of butter and powdered sugar. They're typically made from a simple recipe of sweet, yeasted batter, but require a highly specialized skillet called a poffertjespan to attain their perfectly snackable, one-or-two-bite size. In the spirit of foodie festivity, and in recognition of the fact that most of us don't have a spare poffertjespan lying around, we're offering Trader Joe's Maple Flavored Poffertjes this holiday season to keep spirits bright, hearts warm, and breakfasts sweet and satisfying.<br>
White Chocolate Baking Chips
This is the baking season, prime-time for new ingredients to make those decadent, rich desserts. These white baking chips are just the thing to add to chocolate cookie batter or you can melt them and (using the tines of a fork) drizzle white chocolate threads over brownies or any dessert squares for which white chocolate would be a good contrast. You can also dip strawberries and other fruit into white chocolate for festive sweets!<br>
Honey Roasted Pumpkin Ravioli
The filling is a harmonious medley of pumpkin perfection—sweet pumpkin is slathered with honey and a bit of brown sugar and molasses, then roasted, pureed, and blended with ricotta and mozzarella cheeses. This sweet- savory mixture is stuffed into colorful, square pasta—one side is orange-red like a pumpkin shell, the other side a more muted orange, like the inside of the pumpkin.<br>
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About Trader Joe's
The first Trader Joe's store was opened in 1967 by founder Joe Coulombe in Pasadena, California. It was owned by German entrepreneur Theo Albrecht from 1979 until his death in 2010, when ownership passed to his heirs. Albrecht's family also owns the German supermarket chain ALDI Nord, to which Trader Joe's belongs. Another Aldi company, Aldi Sï¿½d, also operates in the U.S., but uses the Aldi name and logo. The company has offices in Monrovia, and Boston, Massachusetts.
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